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Inside the Hollow Import

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Editorial Reviews

2006 issued second album by the Canadian youngsters that was produced by Jeff Saltzman (The Killers). This time out, there is definitely has a harder edge to their sound, juxtaposed with commercial softness in places...a willful intent. Keyboardist Lacey-Lee Evin says "We have always been a band that likes to write and play a number of different styles, ranging from rock, to pop, to new wave, to ballads" says keyboard player and vocalist Lacey-Lee Evin. "We admire bands like the Beatles and Radiohead who are capable of making albums where hard rock songs and ballads sit comfortably next to one another and also next to more experimental music. We don't want to be limited by labels or expectations".

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Blackout
  2. Little Things
  3. Every Girl
  4. Sweet Temptation (Hollow)
  5. Doughnut
  6. Wishing Well
  7. Just Like You
  8. Got Off Easy
  9. Turpentine
  10. Tempo Change
  11. Poor Little Girl
  12. Stay


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 11, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Wea International
  • ASIN: B000EGDAPC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #475,692 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I really liked Lillix's first album, and after listening to this the first time I was gonna rate it just slightly lower, I was used to the first one and really liked it. I've had a few days to listen to this one, and the songs really grew on me. I liked it to begin with but now I'd probably rate it just as good as the first album. Sweet Temptation and Doughnut really stood out for me, I really liked them and will definately be adding them to my playlist everynight. Blackout, Little things, Got Off Easy, and Just Like You also sounded good the first time I listened to them, I think they will be going on the nightly playlist also. Although a tad slow, even Wishing Well sounded listenable and good to me, I liked the occasional violins, not every song is as slow as this one, so it was nice for a change. Turpentine, although not one of my favorites to begin with, really grew on my and I'd say it's one of my favorites from this album, along with the previously mentioned songs. "Tempo Change", I'm still listening to that one. As the name says, it goes from a slower song to a faster one. My personal taste is I really like the fast ones, that one seems like a good one too. It's a little odd but overall sounds listenable.

Lillix has always had a rock sound to them (although some like to call them "Pop", if anything it was pop with a rock sound to it) for the first album. This one, although sounding different, still has that rock sound to it and fast upbeat tempo for most of the songs (as did the first album). I thought for my initial listen that they had moved more to a pop sound, but they haven't, the songs are just different from the first album, they still have the rock sound to them. So after listening to it for a few days I gotta rate it 5 stars because I really like it, it seems like most of the whole album is gonna be listenable , as was the first album. I can see this is gonna be another of my current favorite albums, that I listen to all the time.
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All in all this is a great, rock album... The only reason I took off one star is for the fact that Lillix, like on their first album, use a male studio drummer... Why bother even show the live female drummer on the cover then?? Other than that this album is much more mature sounding and more rock oriented than their first studio effort, Falling Uphill. Every track is memorable and super catchy. My favorites are Blackout (fantastic loud hard-rocking power-pop opening track!), Every Girl, Sweet Temptation, Wishing Well (LOVE the strings on this one - a much much more mature sound on this song than any slow song on the first record), Just Like You, Poor Little Girl (a litter darker sounding, but still very danceable - the vocals remind me a bit of the Go-Go's on this one). If you love female led and all girl bands like me, Lillix are totally worth checking out - especially this album. I actually saw Lillix on the Girlz Garage Tour years ago (2003/2004 I think?) and fell in love with their live show - very impressive musicians, and so young!
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O.K., I'll admit it....I was pretty hard on Lillix and their debut album, 2003's FALLING UPHILL. As a life-long connoisseur of all-female bands - 33+ years after their last release, Fanny is still one of my two all-time favorite bands, while the GoGo's, the Bangles and the Runaways are all in my Top 20 - I've been waiting a long time for an all-female group to come along and take up Fanny's mantle as the Queens of Rock & Roll. With FALLING UPHILL, Lillix didn't seem to be that band....they were too cute, too poppy, too......"Let's put a band together after school!" Granted, the album had enough interesting moments that I was curious to see what they would do next, but I wasn't holding my breath! Well, I'm happy to say that the band's sophmore effort, INSIDE THE HOLLOW, is a definite improvement, showing considerable growth (I'd actually give it 3.5 stars if I could!). True, there are still some holes.....for starters, all the vocals sound the same. When you have multi-lead vocalists, you need distinct voices, as was the case with Fanny and the Bangles....you could always tell the Millington sisters apart, both from each other and from Nickey Barclay, or the Peterson sisters from Susanna Hoffs or Michael Steele; only a diehard Lillix fan could distinguish the Evin sisters from each other or bassist Louise Burns. There's also the matter of nuance....the gals still haven't learned it's importance. 90% of the songs here have the same "crash/bam/thank you, Ma'am" chorus, devoid of any subtlety whatsoever. Finally, they're still using male session drummers, so it's not really an all-female band, at least not on record (Michael Urbano, who supplies the drumming on all but one track, is so over the top and lacking in finesse as a musician that he almost overpowers every single track).Read more ›
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WOW!!! Lillix have very strong voice!!! This is a great pop-rock music and their chorus are amazing!!! This second album confirm the sensation of the first work "Falling Uphill"!!!
My favourite songs are: "Blackout", "Wishing Well" and the bonus track for Japan "The Meaning"!!! IT'S POWER OF GIRLS!!!
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A Kid's Review on February 25, 2007
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This cd does grow on you alot. Its rock and pop. Its so sad the band broke up I can name atleast 6 songs that would make excellent singles!
Too bad sweet temptation is the only 1 that got and will be released.

Blackout- 4/5
I really dont like the chores to this song. The verses are catchy and fun tho!

LITTLE THINGS- 5/5
This is a slower song, but if they were gona have a second single. THIS WOULD BE IT. Its the better, dance version of My Happy Ending.

Everygirl- 4.5/5
Fun, fun, fun, fun. This song would definitly be the 3rd single.

Sweet Temptation, -4.5/5
Its the first single. I think it was a good choice. This song is good but not the best on the album.

DoughNut- 4/5
This song is slower. It's definatly not 1 of those songs you skip, its a really good song. LOL Its hard to explain.

Wishing Well- 3/5 songs
This song is awsome. Its not 1 of the highlights of the cd but it will grow on you.

JUST LIKE YOU. 4/5
This song should have been the 4th single. Enough said.

GoT Off Easy- 3/5 songs
This is 1 of the songs i skip. Its not a bad song, It just dosn't do anything for me.

Turpentine- 2.5/5
This song is ok. It's just not my fav. Some of my friends would die for this song they like it so much, but me I dont care for it too much.

TeMpO chAnGe- 4/5
This song should have been there 5th and last single off this album. It's about a reltionship that didnt work out for 1 of the girls in the band. It would sooooooooooo hit number 1 if it was released.

Poor Little Girl- 3/5
Okay song, nothing special about it. Slower verses and a more rocky chores .

Stay-4/5
This song is a great way to end the cd.
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